The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time | Production Electrician

Actors Theatre of Louisville | Louisville, KY | 2018 Written by Simon StephensDirected by Meredith McDonough | Lighting by Paul Toben | Scenery by Kristen Robinson | Sound by Christian Frederickson | Costumes by Kathleen Geldard | Media by Philip Allgeier

Production photo by Jonathan Robert

Curious- rigging stock check.pdf
Curious- led stock check.pdf
tock check paperwork helps to evaluate the availability of in house equipment and perishable items to help asses what needs to be rented or purchased for a given show, which will inform the overall budget and feasibility of the project. Left. Stock assessment of rigging hardware and iron for added lighting positions. Right. Stock assessment of LED tape and LED tape accessories.
Curious- led prep.pdf
Curious- injector cut list.pdf
Curious- rigging point length prep.pdf
Prep paperwork allows for elements of a show to be gathered and prepared before the load-in period begins. This allows for a more organized and efficient load-in with less unwanted surprises.
Above Left. Prep paperwork for LED tape details all the pieces of LED tape in the show, it's length, type and what type of wire should be soldered onto it. Above Right. Prep paperwork for the power injector wires for the PixelPro LED bullets. Left. Prep paperwork for the individual rigging points, what hardware is needed for them and what length they need to be.
Curious - budget.pdf
Show price out based on the needs of the design and what additional equipment needs to be purchased or rented. Pricing out the design is a back and forth process between the production electrician and the lighting designer to make sure that the projects stays in budget, but also fulfills the needs of the design.
Curious Plot NEW.pdf
Curious Deck NEW.pdf
Lighting plots are submitted by the lighting designer to the production electrician. From there the production electrician cleans up, clarifies, and adjusts the drawing to fit the drafting stands of the department, Left. Full Lighting Grid Plot. Right. Full Lighting Deck Plot.
Curious- schedule.pdf
The load in and changeover plan is a detailed schedule that takes into consideration not only the needs of the lighting department, but also the needs and schedules of other departments as well as the labor needs of other projects.
Curious - Deck 8.5x11.pdf
Left. LED tape installation drawing for the ceiling piece. This details each piece of LED tape, where it should be placed, and how to run each power cable to it. Right. Load-in photo of the ceiling and wall LED tape illuminated. Photo by Jason Weber
Proposed Deck Cable paths.pdf
Curious - LED trough.pdf
Left. LED tape installation drawing for the deck. This details each piece of LED tape, where it should be placed, and how to run each power cable to it. Right. Detail of how the trough for the deck LED tape should be cut. This detail was for the scenic department to better understand what was needed for the tape to be properly installed.
Curious - LED Load In drawings NEW.pdf
Load-in drawing detailing the installation plan (front and back) of the RGB PixelPro bullets provided to lighting technicians by the production electrician,
Top. Front view of LED pixel color changing bullets. Middle. Back, wiring, of LED pixel color changing bullets. Bottom. Wire dressing on back of flats for LED bulletsPhotos by Jason Weber
Curious- dmx and hp.pdf
Curious- mult.pdf
Curious- led.pdf
Load-in paperwork given to lighting technicians by the production electrician during the load-in period. Load-in paperwork facilitates the efficient and proper installation of lighting and electrical elements. Paperwork is often used in conjunction with drawings,
Top Left/Right. Load-in paperwork for installing power and communication cables. Left. Load in paperwork for LED tape.
Curious- Board Operator Checklist.pdf
Paperwork provided to the technician running and maintaining the show during the performance. This ensures that all equipment will work properly and that the show will look like what the designer intended.